British King Charles has decided to restore Frogmore Cottage, the permanent residence of his son Harry and his wife, Meghan Markle, in the United Kingdom. That writes the Daily Mail. Charles would like to give the palace to his younger brother, the beleaguered Prince Andrew.
source: daily Mail
Buckingham Palace is said to have sent the couple – who currently live in the US – just days after Prince Harry’s controversial autobiography was published in January that they have to leave the house. Charles wants to replace Harry and Meghan with Prince Andrew. However, the king’s brother now lives in the eldest Royal LodgeAnd you won’t want to move.
Harry and Meghan acquired Frogmore Cottage, a Windsor property a stone’s throw from the home of Prince William and his wife Kate, as a wedding gift from Queen Elizabeth in 2018. It’s a five-bedroom mansion that was renovated at a cost of millions before the couple moved in. It was their last permanent residence in the UK.
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